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Alcalde, Juan; Heinemann, Niklas; Mabon, Leslie; Worden, Richard H.; de Coninck, Heleen; Robertson, Hazel; Maver, Marko; Ghanbari, Saeed; Swennenhuis, Floris; Mann, Indira; Walker, Tiana; Gomersal, Sam; Bond, Clare E.; Allen, Michael J.; Haszeldine, R. Stuart; James, Alan; Mackay, Eric J.; Brownsort, Peter A.; Faulkner, Daniel R. and Murphy, Steve (2019). Acorn: Developing full-chain industrial carbon capture and storage in a resource- and infrastructure-rich hydrocarbon province. Journal of Cleaner Production, 233 pp. 963–971.

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Brunsting, Suzanne; Mastop, Jessanne; Kaiser, Marta; Zimmer, René; Shackley, Simon; Mabon, Leslie and Howell, Rhys (2015). CCS Acceptability: Social Site Characterization and Advancing Awareness at Prospective Storage Sites in Poland and Scotland. Oil & Gas Science and Technology – Revue d’IFP Energies nouvelles, 70(4) pp. 767–784.

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Carver, R.; Childs, J.; Steinberg, P.; Mabon, L.; Matsuda, H.; Squire, R.; McLellan, B. and Esteban, M. (2020). A critical social perspective on deep sea mining: Lessons from the emergent industry in Japan. Ocean & Coastal Management, 193, article no. 105242.

Climate Change and Marginalised Communities Workshop (2020). Climate change, marginalised communities and considered debate within Scotland’s climate emergency. Scottish Geographical Journal, 136(1-4) pp. 41–48.

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Gonzalez, Adrian; Mabon, Leslie and Agarwal, Abhishek (2021). Who wants North Sea CCS, and why? Assessing differences in opinion between oil and gas industry respondents and wider energy and environmental stakeholders. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 106, article no. 103288.

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Howell, Rhys; Shackley, Simon; Mabon, Leslie; Ashworth, Peta and Jeanneret, Talia (2014). Engaging the public with low-carbon energy technologies: Results from a Scottish large group process. Energy Policy, 66 pp. 496–506.

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Kondo, Kayoko; Mabon, Leslie; Bi, Yifan; Chen, Yulin and Hayabuchi, Yuriko (2021). Balancing conflicting mitigation and adaptation behaviours of urban residents under climate change and the urban heat island effect. Sustainable Cities and Society, 65, article no. 102585.

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Mabon, Leslie (2022). Governing the Urban Climate in Fukuoka City, Japan: What Can a Policy Narrative Approach Teach Us? In: Miyauchi, Taisuke and Fukunaga, Mayumi eds. Adaptive Participatory Environmental Governance in Japan. Tokyo: Springer Nature Singapore, pp. 305–319.

Mabon, Leslie and Kawabe, Midori (2022). Bring Voices from the Coast into the Fukushima Treated Water Debate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119(45), article no. e2205431119.

Mabon, Leslie; Shih, Wan-Yu and Jou, Sue-Ching (2022). Integration of knowledge systems in urban farming initiatives: insight from Taipei Garden City. Sustainability Science (Early Access).

Mabon, Leslie and Kawabe, Midori (2021). Fighting against harmful rumours, or for fisheries? Evaluating framings and narrations of risk governance in marine radiation after the Fukushima nuclear accident. In: Cortesi, Luisa and Joy, K. J. eds. Spilt Waters. The Idea ofd Water Conflicts. Routledge India, pp. 51–68.

Mabon, Leslie; Kawabe, Midori; Huang, Yi-Chen; Moller, Leon; Gu, Junzheng; Wakamori, Daigo; Narita, Kaoru; Ito, Takayuki; Matsumoto, Akira; Niizeki, Kouji; Suzuki, Shotaro and Watanabe, Masato (2020). Inherent resilience, major marine environmental change and revitalisation of coastal communities in Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 51, article no. 101852.

Mabon, Leslie; Kita, Jun; Onchi, Hiromitsu; Kawabe, Midori; Katano, Toshiya; Kohno, Hiroshi and Huang, Yi-Chen (2020). What natural and social scientists need from each other for effective marine environmental assessment: Insights from collaborative research on the Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 159, article no. 111520.

Mabon, Leslie (2020). Environmental justice in urban greening for subtropical Asian cities: the view from Taipei. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 41(3) pp. 432–449.

Mabon, Leslie; Kondo, Kayoko; Kanekiyo, Hiroyuki; Hayabuchi, Yuriko and Yamaguchi, Asako (2019). Fukuoka: Adapting to climate change through urban green space and the built environment? Cities, 93 pp. 273–285.

Mabon, Leslie; Nguyen, Song Tung; Nguyen, Thi Kim Dung; Pham, Thi Tram; Cao, Thi Thanh Nga; Le, Thu Quynh; Dang, Thanh Trung; Nguyen, Thi Huyen Thu; Nguyen, Thi Bich Nguyet; Le, Hong Ngoc; Tran, Thi Tuyet; Bui, Thi Cam Tu; Tran, Ngoc Anh; Mueller-Hirth, Natascha and Yuill, Chris (2018). Bringing social and cultural considerations into environmental management for vulnerable coastal communities: Responses to environmental change in Xuan Thuy National Park, Nam Dinh Province, Vietnam. Ocean & Coastal Management, 158 pp. 32–44.

Mabon, Leslie and Shih, Wan-Yu (2017). Getting Buy-In for Climate Change Adaptation Through Urban Planning: Climate Change Communication as a Multi-way Process. In: Leal, W.; Azeiteiro, U.; Manolas, E. and Azul, A. M. eds. Handbook of Climate Change Communication: Vol. 1. Climate Change Management. Cham: Springer, pp. 61–75.

Mabon, Leslie; Shackley, Simon; Blackford, Jerry C.; Stahl, Henrik and Miller, Anuschka (2015). Local perceptions of the QICS experimental offshore CO2 release: Results from social science research. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 38 pp. 18–25.

Mabon, Leslie; Shackley, Simon; Vercelli, Samuela; Anderlucci, Jonathan and Boot, Kelvin (2015). Deliberative Decarbonisation? Assessing the Potential of an Ethical Governance Framework for Low-Carbon Energy through the Case of Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 33(2) pp. 256–271.

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Owusu, Alex Barimah; Songsore, Jacob; Shih, Wan-Yu and Mabon, Leslie (2021). Ways of creating usable, multipurpose greenspace in impoverished settlements in cities of the Global South. In: Douglas, Ian; Anderson, PML; Goode, David; Hough, Michael C.; Maddox, David; Nagendra, Harini and Tan, Puay Yok eds. The Routledge Handbook of Urban Ecology 2nd Edition. London: Routledge, pp. 1007–1026.

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Stalker, Linda; Roberts, Jennifer J.; Mabon, Leslie and Hartley, Patrick G. (2022). Communicating leakage risk in the hydrogen economy: Lessons already learned from geoenergy industries. Frontiers in Energy Research, 10 p. 869264.

Shih, Wan-Yu and Mabon, Leslie (2021). Understand heat vulnerability in the subtropics: Insights from expert judgements. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 63, article no. 102463.

Shih, Wan-Yu and Mabon, Leslie (2021). Green Infrastructure as a Planning Response to Urban Warming: A Case Study of Taipei Metropolis. In: Ito, Keitaro ed. Urban Biodiversity and Ecological Design for Sustainable Cities. Tokyo: Springer Japan, pp. 335–352.

Shih, Wan-Yu; Ahmad, Sohail; Chen, Yu-Cheng; Lin, Tzu-Ping and Mabon, Leslie (2020). Spatial relationship between land development pattern and intra-urban thermal variations in Taipei. Sustainable Cities and Society, 62, article no. 102415.

Swennenhuis, Floris; Mabon, Leslie; Flach, Todd Allyn and de Coninck, Heleen (2020). What role for CCS in delivering just transitions? An evaluation in the North Sea region. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 94, article no. 102903.

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Yuill, Chris; Mueller-Hirth, Natascha; Song Tung, Nguyen; Thi Kim Dung, Nguyen; Tram, Pham Thi and Mabon, Leslie (2019). Landscape and well-being: A conceptual framework and an example. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 23(2) pp. 122–138.

Yin, Belle Chua Lee; Laing, Richard; Leon, Marianthi and Mabon, Leslie (2018). An evaluation of sustainable construction perceptions and practices in Singapore. Sustainable Cities and Society, 39 pp. 613–620.

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